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Asus: Ice Cream Sandwich Transformer Pad out in May

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Asus UK has confirmed that the Transformer Pad TF300T - farewell, Eee branding… - will be out over here late next month, though not on widespread availability until the end of June.

The Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet will retail for £399, but that includes the machine's clip-on keyboard-cum-battery extender.

Asus said it is not offering the TF300T here without the keyboard bundle.

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Key specs include a 1.2GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 chip, 1GB of Ram, 32GB of Flash storage, a 1280 x 800, 10.1in display, an 8Mp camera on the back, a 1.2Mp camera on the front and 2.4GHz 802.11n Wi-Fi.

Dixons stores Currys and PC World will get first dibs on the tablet, at the end of May. Other retailers won't be stocking it until late June. ®

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